complete matching

complete matching

[kəm¦plēt ′mach·iŋ]
(mathematics)
A subset of the edges of a bipartite graph that consists of edges joining each of the vertices in one of the sets of vertices defining the bipartite structure with distinct vertices in the other such set.
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promises to fulfill the pledge his predecessor, Shinzo Abe, made to complete matching the unidentified public pension accounts by next March.
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The Xtensa Processor Generator accepts a new processor specification, including designer-defined instructions described in the TIE language, and automatically builds a correct-by-construction RTL (register-transfer level) description of the modified Xtensa processor that includes all the newly described functions and resources, as well as a complete matching software tool suite.

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